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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Sunday, 12 September 2010

Sedge Warbler (Naas Lane, Lydney)



This is really a nice find, I have found so many things there. The Sedge Warbler is the most beautiful.

13 comments:

  1. Hi Bob

    Beautiful as you always know the birds to photograph, each time in a beautiful and natural surroundings.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Regards, Joop

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  2. those blackberries look yummy,
    we have the same species on our blog today.

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  3. It is indeed! Happy week ahead Bob!

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  4. Indeed, this is a wonderful little bird!! I love your pictures!!!

    Have a wonderful start into the new week.

    isabella

    ** I'm a little bit sad, one of my cats is sick - I'm worried and can not until tomorrow morning to the vet ...

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  5. Thanks Joop, until I can't find them any more.

    Tony, thinking about your stomach.

    Joo, have a happy week.

    Isabella, oh, I can only sympathise with you and the cat.

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  6. Bob these are a superb series of shots of a smashing little bird.

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  7. yes BOB ; its been so long since I have had a fresh picked blackberry,
    they do not grow here,

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  8. Dave, thanks. It made me think-----

    It is a superb bird Adrian.

    I'll think of you when I go out and gather some blackberries, oh, what a loveeeeeeeeeeely bunch, Tony.

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  9. Excellent pictures of this beautiful bird!!

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  10. Nice shots Bob, a good tick for the year.

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  11. Wonderful set of birds in their natural setting! They really love the blackberry bushes...And those are some good size berries... You have taught me about different types of birds, thanks Bob for sharing..

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  12. Thanks Claudia.

    Brian, so Ill get a good tick!

    Linda, you have such a way with words, oh!

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